Tom Seaver Net Worth 2020, Wife, Children, Death Cause and Family Facts

Tom Seaver Net Worth 2020: How Rich Was Baseball Pitcher Who Died at 75?

Tom Seaver Net Worth 2020: How Rich Was Baseball Pitcher Who Died at 75?

The late baseball pitcher Tom Seaver’s Net Worth in 2020 at the time of his death was $10 million. He had amassed this fortune from a career that spanned more than 20 seasons. 

Name Tom Seaver
Birthday 17 November 1944
Age 75
Gender Male
Height 1.85 m (6 feet 1 inch)
Nationality American
Profession Baseball Pitcher
Parents Mother: Betty Lee Seaver, Father: Charles Henry Seaver
Net Worth $10 Million
Wife Nancy Lynn McIntyre (m. 1966)
Children Sarah Seaver, Anne Elizabeth Seaver

He was a legendary player and a hall of fame inductee who over the course of his career achieved almost every accolade that the game had to offer. The New York Mets had their No. 41 jersey retired.  

10 Facts About Tom Seaver!

  1. Tom Seaver was worth $10 million as per Celebrity net worth when he passed away on August 31, 2020
  2. His fortune contained the Calistoga, California, estate where Seaver started his own 3.5-acre (14,000 m2) vineyard. 
  3. Seaver was married to Nancy Lynn McIntyre for more than 54 years. They first tied the knot on June 9, 1966, and they were together until Tom passed away. They were blessed with 3 children, Sarah Seaver, Anne Elizabeth Seaver
  4. The pitcher died from Lewy body dementia and COVID-19 according to the baseball Hall of Fame. He was sleeping when he passed away.
  5. His family and estate announced that he was retiring from public life as his condition was worsening due to Alzheimer’s dementia.
  6. Tom was 75 years old as of August 31, 2020, when he died. He was born and raised in Fresno, California, USA. He lived in Calistoga, California. 
  7. While his career lasted more than 2 decades, his most glorious time was with the New York Mets. He played for them from 1967 to 1977. 
  8. He was the first player to be honored by retiring the jersey by the New York Mets.
  9. The pitcher also received 98.84% when he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1992. 
  10. The pitcher left the team when he and the Mets chairman had a contract dispute as he was not offered the same salary that other top pitchers were earning at the time.    

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